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Motel Avocado Orchid Resort

Motel Avocado, Hetaunda, NepalMotel Avocado & Orchid Resort the most exclusive accommodation in Hetauda. Orchid Resort is centrally located, just few minute's walk from the main business and shopping center of Hetauda. The resort sprawls over acres and acres of greenery and manicured lawns. Accommodation is in 45 standard and deluxe rooms that have either air-conditioning or fans. The restaurant services Continental, Chinese, Indian and Nepalese Food. Founded ... more

Hotel Seema Pvt.Ltd

Hotel Seema Pvt.Ltd, Main Road, Hetauda, Nepal Centrally located in the heart of the town Hetauda, Hotel Seema is the perfect choice of accomodation for travelers in quest of superior service at a moderate fare. Be it for business or pleasure, while in Hetauda. Hotel Seema is there to cater to all the needs of the discerning traveler We offer six Deluxee Suite with air -conditioning and addtional amenities required by guest such as valet service. Room service is avaible round the clock ... more

Hotels & Guest House in Hetaunda

Hotels & Guest House in Hetaunda, Makwanpur, NepalHetauda is a small town and municipality and seat of Makwanpur District in the Narayani Zone of southern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 53,836 people living in 10,420 individual households.

It is 132 km from the capital Kathmandu via the old Tribhuwan Highway. There are now two alternate roads that are less than 80 km. They are, however, not black topped yet. The city is enclosed by three rivers, the Rapti to the west, the Samari to the north and the Karra to the south. It is one the important industrial regions of Nepal. The settlement could have started due to its location at the meeting point of two major highways - East-West Highway and Tribhuwan Rajpath.

  • Hotels & Guest House in Hetaunda, Makwanpur, NepalMotel Avocado, Hetauda, Nepal: at the edge of town on the road to Daman on Tribhuvan Highway, has a quiet, nice garden with a small grove of avocado trees (ripe in late autumn). It has large, comfortable huts with bath and fans. There is also a building with deluxe rooms with A/C. It has a good restaurant. They have an interesting book in which travelers write their comments about bicycle and motorcycle riding in the area. You can often get a discount.
  • Hotel Seema, Hetauda, Nepal: about 250m from the main chowk, is a decent place with rooms with common bath, with bath and a deluxe rooms with A/C.
  • Neelam Lodge, Hetauda, Nepal: in the main chowk in the center of town, has clean roads with bath. It is a good value. It is near a pipal tree.
  • Hotel Rapti, Hetauda, Nepal: south of Mahendra Chowk, has rooms with TV and erratic hot water.

Travel
The bus station is southwest of Mahendra Chowk, the main town square. One government Sajha Yatayat bus goes to Kathmandu (8 hr) at 7 am via the Daman on the Tribhuvan Highway, which has some great views and is an interesting ride. The buses depart from Kathmandu Bus Terminal to Hetaudu via Daman at 7 am. Several private buses go to Kathmandu and Pokhara via Narayanghat and Tandi Bazaar. Buses to Birganj.

Hetauda is one of the cleanest and greenest cities in Nepal. Due to its geographical features and its climate, it has been a popular choice for people migrating from the northern hilly regions to the south and. Hetauda is a doon, which means that it has a valley like geography. It is surrounded by hills: the Mahabharata range in the north and the Siwalik range in the south. The rivers Rapti, Samari, and Karra run through this area and flow southwest to meet Narayani, one of the bigger and popular rivers in the nation.

It is an hour's drive from the Nepalese border city of Birgunj, which is adjacent to its Indian counterpart, Raxaul. Both the existing highways to the capital city Kathmandu - Tribhuwan Highway and the East-West Highway, aka Mahendra Highway that trails the length of the nation - traverse through this city. With so many entry and exit points leading in and out of this town, Hetauda is set to grow into a commercial powerhouse if only the country realized its potential.

Hetauda is also popular for its industries. Hetauda Industrial District (HID) is the biggest among the industrial districts in the nation. Not only it houses some of the biggest industries in the nation but also shelters the cottage and medium scale industries.

Hetauda is mostly a working-class residential town, and therefore most people here are either employed by the industries or the government. Individual entrepreneurship tends to favor investment into transportation sector. Trucking is thus a popular business proposition as majority of goods plying to Kathmandu goes through this city.

Among the big industries, Hetauda boasts of a cement factory whose production is aided by the ample supply of limestone that come from the northern Hills that form the base of the Mahabharata range. This limestone is blasted off of the quarry with the use of dynamites and then transported via ropeway directly to the Factory's production unit, which is situated 11 kilometres south across the town. Recently though, the use of the ropeway has declined tremendously due to lack of care and maintenance.

Among the popular attractions of Hetauda is the unique Martyr Memorial Park which was constructed to honor the martyrs of Nepal, including the ones who lost their lives since the time of British colonial wars to the ones who overthrew the autocratic Panchayat system in 1989. The Park has become a tourist spot since its completion in 1994. The main attraction of the park are the sculptures of these martyrs that are sculpted on one big boulder. The sculpting of the faces was accomplished by the student volunteers of Nepal Lalit Campus.

Similarly, Makwanpur Gadhi is another site east of the city, a fort of historic importance dating back to the unification process of Nepal. Prithvi Narayan Shah, the king that led the unification of the country into a greater Nepal, was married to the princess of Makawanpur whose father was a king of the Sen dynasty that ruled Makawanpur. Historians observe that this marriage, in fact, was a political strategy by King Prithvi Narayan Shah, who saw the strategic benefit of an alliance with Makwanpur to encircle Kathmandy valley.

It is an hour's drive from the Nepalese border city of Birgunj, which is adjacent to its Indian counterpart, Raxaul. Both the existing highways to the capital city Kathmandu - Tribhuwan Highway and the East-West Highway, aka Mahendra Highway that trails the length of the nation - traverse through this city. With so many entry and exit points leading in and out of this town, Hetauda is set to grow into a commercial powerhouse if only the country realized its potential.

Village Development Committees VDC's & Towns of Makwanpur District:

Agara Ambhanjyang Bajrabarahi Basamadi Betini Bhaise Bharta
Pundyadevi Bhimfedi Budhichaur Chhatiwan Chitlang Churiyamai Daman
Dandakharka Dhimal Fakhel Faparbadi Gogane Handikhola Hatiya
Hurnamadi Ipa Panchakanya Kalikatar Kankada Khairang Kogate Kulekhani
Makwanpurgadhi Manahari Manthali Markhu Marta Punchedevi Namtar Nibuwatar
Padma Pokhari Palung Raigaun Raksirang Sarikhet Palase Shikharpur
Shreepur Chhatiwan Sisneri Mahadevsthan Sukaura Thingan Tistung Deurali 1 1
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